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George III Silver Epergne
Thomas Pitts,
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George III Silver Epergne Thomas Pitts, London, 1766 The fruit and floral embossed openwork canopy above a central navette-form bowl engraved with an... [this item is NOT for sale]


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  • A George III sterling silver oval dish warming
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  • George III Silver Epergne Thomas Pitts,
    London, 1766 The fruit and floral embossed openwork canopy above a central navette-form bowl engraved with an armorial crest; the base fitted with four hanging baskets and ... [more like this]
  • A pair of George III silver pierced epergne
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  • GEORGE III SILVER EPERGNE by Thomas Pitts,
    London, 1773, the center basket engraved with a shield, the whole engraved with crest on baskets and body, the reticulated bowls re-engraved with crest, the beaded borders ... [more like this]
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  • George III English Silver Epergne London,
    1760, four arms, openwork body and bowl, scroll and foliate apron, arms and feet, marks for Thomas Pitts, heraldic device, .925 fine, 75.27 oz.T., 11-1/2 x 16-1/4 x 15-1/4 ... [more like this]

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